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ECOLOGICAL SUPERHEROES

Superman Over EarthOver the years, comic book fans have often queried which superhero is stronger, faster, and more powerful than the rest. But in the same breath, not many of us have really wondered which one is the most eco-friendly! Well, not until now, that is, because now, thanks to SaveOnEnergy.com (a brand-new energy-saving site), we can finally find out which superhero is the most eco-friendly because of a simple scoring system they devised.





Well, in no uncertain terms, Save On Energy smartly scored each superhero’s contribution to the environment from 1 to 30 (30 being a positive contribution and 1 being a negative contribution) based on the following criteria:

  1. Ethos and background: What kind of homeland does the superhero hail from, and what are their attitudes towards planets and their ecosystems?
  2. Personal composition: Does the superhero possess a natural ability or power and how did they acquire it?
  3. Raw damage potential: How much could the superhero’s natural ability harm the planet?
  4. Choice of weapons: What kind of weapon(s) does the superhero wield and how does it impact the environment?
  5. Choice of transportation: Does the superhero waste energy and fuel driving to their destination, or do they teleport or make greener travel choices?

In addition to this, they also tallied the amount of times each superhero personally caused / prevented damage to the environment, but only in regards to their actions in their most recent solo / team movie. So, with all that said, please feel free to check out the following findings I was kindly allowed to share.


The Top Three Eco-Friendly Superheroes

Spider-Man
1) Spider-Man
Total Eco-Score: 127 Points

"With great power, there must also come great responsibility"

Real Name: Peter Parker
First Appearance: Amazing Fantasy #15
Date Published: August 1962
Published By: Marvel Comics
Home Town: New York

Points Awarded:
  • (30 points) For his raw damage potential.
  • (30 points) For his choice of transportation.
  • (28 points) For his ethos and background.
  • (27 points) For his personal composition.
  • (17 points) For his choice of weapons.
  • (15 points) For his personal help to the environment.
Points Deducted: 
  • (20 points) For his personal damage to the environment.


Aquaman
2) Aquaman
Total Eco-Score: 126 Points

"I’m a blunt instrument and I’m damn good at it"

Real Name: Arthur Curry / Orin
First Appearance: More Fun Comics #73
Date Published: November 1941
Published By: DC Comics
Home Town: Atlantis

Points Awarded:
  • (30 points) For his ethos and background.
  • (26 points) For his personal composition.
  • (26 points) For his choice of weapons.
  • (26 points) For his choice of transportation.
  • (24 points) For his personal help to the environment.
  • (20 points) For his raw damage potential.
Points Deducted: 
  • (26 points) For his personal damage to the environment.


Storm
3) Storm
Total Eco-Score: 123 Points

"A storm is gathering, fear its fury!"

Real Name: Ororo Munroe
First Appearance: Giant-Size X-Men #1
Date Published: May 1975
Published By: Marvel Comics
Home Town: New York / Cairo

Points Awarded:
  • (29 points) For her personal composition.
  • (28 points) For her choice of weapons.
  • (26 points) For her ethos and background.
  • (16 points) For her raw damage potential.
  • (14 points) For her choice of transportation. 
  • (8 points) For her personal damage to the environment. 
  • (2 points) For her personal help to the environment. 


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The Bottom Three Eco-Friendly Superheroes

Iron Man
1) Iron Man
Total Eco-Score: 24 points

"Following's not really my style"

Real Name: Tony Stark
First Appearance: Tales of Suspense #39
Date Published: March 1963
Published By: Marvel Comics
Home Town: Long Island, New York

Points Awarded:
  • (17 points) For his raw damage potential. 
  • (12 points) For his personal composition.
  • (10 points) For his choice of transportation.
  • (9 points) For his personal help to the environment.
  • (2 points) For his choice of weapons.
  • (1 point) For his ethos and background.
Points Deducted: 
  • (27 points) For his personal damage to the environment.


The Hulk
2) The Hulk
Total Eco-Score: 25 points

"Hulk Smash"

Real Name: Bruce Banner
First Appearance: The Incredible Hulk #1
Date Published: May 1962
Published By: Marvel Comics
Home Town: Dayton, Ohio

Points Awarded:
  • (20 points) For his personal help to the environment.
  • (19 points) For his choice of weapons.
  • (4 points) For his raw damage potential.
  • (3 points) For his personal composition.
  • (2 points) For his ethos and background.
  • (1 point) For his choice of transportation.
Points Deducted:
  • (24 points) For his personal damage to the environment.


Batman
3) Batman
Total Eco-Score: 30 Points

"You either die a hero, or live long enough to see yourself become the villain"

Real Name: Bruce Wayne
First Appearance: Detective Comics #27
Date Published: May 1939
Published By: DC Comics
Home Town: Gotham City

Points Awarded:
  • (25 points) For his personal help to the environment.
  • (25 points) For his raw damage potential.
  • (4 points) For his personal composition.
  • (3 points) For his ethos and background.
  • (2 points) For his choice of transportation.
  • (1 point) For his choice of weapons.
Points Deducted: 
  • (29 points) For his personal damage to the environment.


So, what did you think of that, dear reader? What did you think of these ecological results? I mean, were you surprised by the outcome? Or could you second-guess how things were going to turn out? Either way, please feel free to leave your thoughts in the comment section below, and when you can, check out Save On Energy’s official Website.

ECOLOGICAL SUPERHEROES ECOLOGICAL SUPERHEROES Reviewed by David Andrews on December 17, 2020 Rating: 5

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